What’s so special about the DTM? It’s just as exciting away from the race track as it is on the grandstands. The open paddock and the pitwalk (included in the ticket price) are an opportunity for you to admire the 550-plus horsepower GT3 rockets and the cars of the other racing series at close quarters. Spectators are also allowed to mingle with the drivers competing in the DTM, the ADAC GT Masters and the partner series. The DTM weekend offers fans an up-close and personal experience. For further details about the entertainment programme on the weekend of 22nd ‑ 24th September, click here. We especially recommend the Service Road Tour, a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, for which you can purchase tickets at the mobile fan shop (prices starting at € 49,-).
Motorsport fans of all ages can look forward to a top-class programme on the DTM weekend. On the race track, the thoroughbred GT3 cars will be engaged in more than four hours of thrilling competition. In between the action on track, the DTM Fan Zone with Kids Area and Event Stage will keep everyone well entertained. On Saturday, the gyrocopter pilots of the Red Bull Rotorwings Formation Team will perform a show at dizzying heights. These aerial masters will make your eyes pop with their formation flying routines.
Meet Ringo & Bulli:
Saturday: 15:00 at the Kids Area (DTM Fan Zone)
Sunday: 15:00 at the Kids Area (DTM Fan Zone)
The two main DTM title contenders, Thomas Preining (Porsche) and Mirko Bortolotti (Lamborghini), have an intense weekend ahead of them at the Red Bull Ring. Preining will be giving his all at this year’s home race, not only to repeat last year’s victory, but also to knock the Italian off the top spot in the championship table. There is currently just a nine-point gap separating Preining from his ambition of becoming the first Austrian champion in DTM history. And you can be there to see it happen at Spielberg! The Start-Ziel, Steiermark and Red Bull grandstands will all be open. Will you be attending the DTM at Spielberg for the first time? You can find the most important information at a glance here.
The prices for the DTM at the Red Bull Ring have been set with the typical family budget in mind. Day tickets for Saturday and Sunday can be purchased in advance for prices starting at € 39,- and weekend tickets starting at € 59,-. Here’s the good part: children under 16 years of age accompanied by an adult will receive a 50 percent discount in Categories 1 and 2, and admission in Category 3 is completely free of charge. The online presale ends on Friday at 12:00.
Opening hours for ticket offices:
Friday 08:00 – 17:00: Main ticket office (blue container in front of the Welcome Centre) and Fan Zone ticket office.
Saturday 08:00 – 17:00: Main ticket office (blue container in front of the Welcome Centre) and Fan Zone ticket office.
Sunday 08:00 – 15:00: Main ticket office (blue container in front of the Welcome Centre) and Fan Zone ticket office.